Robert Motherwell was a young American ‘Abstract Expressionist’ painter, printer, collage maker, and author. Thank you Mike. It is funny that names hat I have grown up with here in Australia are virtually unknown in the wider world. It is good to be able to introduce these artists to others who until now were unaware of their amazing talents. Glad you enjoyed this hub. A Selection of Abstract Art 1917-1965: The Lillian H. Florsheim Collection. Exh. cat. Northampton: Smith College of Art, 1966. Introduction by A.J.S. Scene and Seed: Preparatory and Finished Drawings in Many Media, Andrews Gallery, Fine Arts Department, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, January 16-February 17, 1989. Made in 1948, No. 5, 1948 is an oil-on-fiberboard painting made by American painter Jackson Pollock in his own style of drip painting. He used to have canvas lied on the ground and then make the painting by … Read the rest

Sara’s Parlour Face Painting is a contemporary face and body art company based in Birmingham. Elliott Jamal Robbins’ work intersects social construction and self-perception to produce violently fractured narratives. In his Walk Series, installed here in sequence, Robbins paints stereotyped images in motion, only to repeatedly obliterate them—suggesting impeded progress. Stuart Middleton’s drawings of cattle constitute pristine renderings of the sanitized violence of the livestock industry, confirming the image as a distancing mechanism. Drawn from photographs by the artist, taken at a county fair where the livestock was showcased, Middleton faithfully renders the animals’ musculature and adornments. Middleton’s practice on the whole examines the specific application of animal psychology to the livestock industry—an example of exploiting evolutionarily learned behavior to optimize production. In Nolan Simon’s work, the most circulated, and opposed, of visual content collide—the religious motif, pornography, and social media. The work on view refers simultaneously to religious gesture … Read the rest